Warhammer 40K: Rogue Trader will be released on December 7
Last year, the game developer Owlcat Games unveiled the inaugural trailer for “Warhammer 40K: Rogue Trader,” indicating that its development was still in progress and affirming its forthcoming release on both PCs and gaming consoles.
Recently, Owlcat Games heralded that “Warhammer 40K: Rogue Trader” is poised for a grand launch on December 7th, 2023. It will grace platforms such as PC, Mac, PlayStation 5, and Xbox Series S|X. The Steam platform page has already been unfurled. Additionally, Owlcat Games introduced the final companion within the game, Drukhari Marazhai, a distinguished member of the Dark Eldar race.
“Warhammer 40K: Rogue Trader” stands as the maiden CRPG set against the intricate tapestry of the “Warhammer 40K” universe. It boasts a meticulously crafted turn-based combat system, weaving a narrative set against the perilous and shadowy backdrop of the 41st millennium. Players will don the mantle of a Rogue Trader, a scion of an ancient corsair dynasty, and a daring privateer. They will lord over their sprawling commercial empire, exploring the very fringes of Imperial space under the direct benediction of the Emperor himself.
Endowed with an extraordinary trade warrant, the Rogue Trader wields unimaginable privileges and power, along with the solemn duty to expand the empire’s frontiers. Players can traverse the vast expanse of the Koronus Expanse aboard their colossal voidship, exploring myriad galaxies. These uncharted celestial territories, brimming with danger, lie within the bounds of the Empire, but are remote and untamed, with the vast void offering endless opportunities for unearthing the unknown and accruing fame and fortune.
Previously, Owlcat Games also unveiled the Collector’s Edition of “Warhammer 40K: Rogue Trader,” which includes an art book, a special edition box, a Rogue Trader banner, a Cassia statuette (20cm in height), a sticker pack, and merchant vouchers. The Collector’s Edition is now available for pre-order, with a price tag of $299.